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Will paperless scripts impact the services pharmacies offer to residential care facilities? Anthony Tassone says changes are needed if pharmacy is to avoid legal and …

In the latest in our series based on 2017 UTS Pharmacy Barometer results, John Montgomery looks at how pharmacists view the riding tide of biosimilar …

All pharmacists have the opportunity to start conversations with their patients about pain, and about their analgesic medications, writes Benita Suckling Working in an opioid …

Does the AMA’s support for pharmacists working in general practice represent a policy shift for the doctor’s organisation, or is something else at play? asks …

Is the PhARIA system still fit for purpose? How could pharmacies host other health professionals? What could pharmacy learn from the Defence Force? Anthony Tassone …

It’s time to be bold and go beyond embracing the 6CPA, says Professor Charlie Benrimoj The 2017 UTS Community Pharmacy Barometer showed pharmacists are more …

In the first of a series analysing the findings of the 2017 UTS Pharmacy Barometer, Professor Charlie Benrimoj looks at pharmacists’ attitudes to pay levels …

A national real-time prescription monitoring system must happen as a priority, says Anthony Tassone The need for a real time prescription monitoring system to prevent …

Revisiting a busy year in pharmacy can help continue the momentum for change and development, says Kristin Michaels This week Australia’s largest scientific pharmacy conference …

Misinformation is muddying the waters around the Guild’s proposals for continued pharmacist provision of codeine-containing medicines, says Anthony Tassone Concern over the impact on patients …

What drives a pharmacist to seek Guild elective office? Amanda Seeto says she wants to advocate on behalf of her peers and give all pharmacies …

Pharmacy needs clarity and unity if it is to have a strategic approach to codeine rescheduling, says Rick Samimi The codeine rescheduling issue has been …